Amblyopia, commonly known as “lazy eye,” is a vision disorder that affects 2-3% of children in the United States. It occurs when the brain and visual system fail to develop correctly, reducing visual acuity in one eye. However, there is hope.
Through the use of eye patching, we can stimulate visual development and empower children to unlock their vision potential. In this blog, we will explore patching of the eye as a tried-and-true treatment option, exploring its mechanisms, benefits, and practical implementation.
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